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Brief Published: 20 Mar 2013

Re-work Exhibition Visit: Pae White


Californian artist Pae White is known for her site-specific installations that combine elements of art, design, craft and architecture to create mesmerising altered spaces. This method of creating pattern through installation is explored in Stylus’ new Re-Work Autumn/Winter 2014-15 Industry Trend. 

White’s latest exhibition, Too Much Night, Again, at the South London Gallery in the UK is a large-scale installation made from a staggering 48 km of thread. She uses yarn to spell out words on opposing walls, then criss-crosses it through the space to create an imposing and dramatic display. The words can only be read from certain angles, encouraging the viewer to travel through the installation. 

For more reimagined spaces, see the Rationale for Re-Work A/W 14-15. Too Much Night, Again is on show until May 12 2013.

South London Gallery